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Nov 25, 2013 2:00pm EST
we need entitlement reform. it's still going to be a while before the medicare trust fund our research. and so, do it now. accumulate the savings over time. you can do it with a combination of revenue increases, slowing growth of the future benefit increases. that's what we did in 1983 when we're faced with problems of social security. we need to deal with it now because if you wait until then, they will be more limited in much harsher. for younger people, that's the other reason. i worry about my kids paying for all this if we don't start dialing it back. we are not investing enough long-term and near futures, had this horrible problem of short-term assam, where we'll make do with problems right in our face and we don't get smart and deploy federal dollars in a way that make long-term strategic sense. we fund the tax code, get rid of the special benefits. >> one is the way investment in chemistry day, right click >> absolutely. personal and corporate for personal i would get rid of preferential treatment of capital gains. there's no reason why somebody who has earned the labo
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